October 11 & 12, 2001
Sheraton Colony Square Hotel
A B O U T T H E C O N F E R E N C E
The telecommunications industry has encountered many challenges within the last several years. Following an unparalleled surge of megamergers, the current economic slowdown is affecting all providers and creating a climate of heavy debt burdens and distinctly reduced enterprise valuations. Advising clients during this transitional time necessitates a more comprehensive understanding of the key aspects of different types of effective telecom deals, the regulatory issues that accompany each, and the interplay of advanced issues such as antitrust and bankruptcy. From interconnection agreements to user deals, from Internet and broadband to IRUs, from privacy to rights-of-way, this distinguished group of experts will address the key issues involved in negotiating effective telecommunications deals in order to keep you and your clients on the cutting edge of this changing industry.
Program Co-chairs: Mary Jo Peed, Esq. and Walter Sapronov, Esq.
Credits: GA CLE pending; CA MCLE 12; Call about other states
Who Should Attend? Attorneys; telecommunications, cable, and electric utilities industry executives; representatives of local government and large telecommunications users.
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